Week In Review: IoT, Automotive & Security


Internet of Things Qorvo, the company whose products sent pictures back from Pluto and Arrokoth (formerly Ultima Thule) on New Horizons, is showing off a couple smart home, IoT products at CES 2020 in Las Vegas next week. The company says its new transceiver chip QPG7015M will simplify gateway IoT design because the chip can simultaneously handle all open, smart home protocols, including ZigBe... » read more

Securing The Modern Vehicle


For far too long, we’ve lacked the data needed to fully understand how effective the automotive industry is at addressing the software security risks inherent in connected, software-enabled vehicles. Synopsys and SAE International partnered to commission this independent survey of the current cybersecurity practices in the automotive industry to fill this information gap. Click here to rea... » read more

How To Model Cars


The most technologically advanced and comprehensive consumer product in the world today is not the smartphone. It's the automobile. This is easier to see once the hood is up and you can take a peek around. Today’s cars contain sophisticated motion systems, crash safety systems, climate control systems, driver assistance, and infotainment, to name a few. In semiconductor design, one of the ... » read more